TNT Race orange: Sachsenring

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not inclusive

Sachsenring / Germany



  • Up to 2 days free practice under professional conditions, highest safety standards and in different riding groups (depends on the riders speed)
  • On request professional instructors will show you the right line and give you some important tips to improve your riding skills.
  • Opportunity for a test ride for free (selection of the latest KTM street models)
  • Rental bike on demand – for more information check the pdf file
  • Technical support for bikes of all brands
  • Tyre service with the latest Bridgestone tyres
  • Snacks & Drinks for free



You’ll find the temporary time schedule 2 weeks before the event starts




Track length:  3670 m
Track wide:  11 - 13 m
Number of turns: 4 right- and 10 lefthanders
Driving direction: clockwise




Fuel station:  No Fuel station in the paddock – 500 m away out of the paddock
Sanitary facilities: Toilets and showers in the paddock
Restaurant:  Restaurant in the paddock
Number of pits: 34 pits (approx. 15 - 20 bikes per pit)
Rental price pit: 100 €/day, reservation at


  • Participation at a KTM TNT event is only possible with your own bike or a KTM rental bike.
  • The bike has to be in a proper technical condition.
  • Noise restrictions of the track have to be respected.
    Sachsenring: 88 dB – Original Exhaust and Original Air Filter
    Attention: Strikt controls!!!
  • Opportunity for a test ride for free (selection of the latest KTM street models)
  • Rental bike on demand – for more information check the pdf file



In addition to our free practice we offer at the Sachsenring on both days a sprint race at the end of the day. Started after fastest time in free practice Check out all information at the pdf file. Registration for the races is possible at the track.



Travelling and hotels have to be arranged by yourself

Sachsenring / Germany

Set in grounds of over 50 hectares, the NEW SACHSENRING was built at one end of the former Sachsenring (Saxony Ring) racing circuit
Nestled in the hilly countryside surrounding Chemnitz, this location offers training racetracks with realistic conditions and the challenge of a selective circuit. With the provision of short connecting sections, the 3.7 km Grand Prix circuit is rideable in a total of three lap variants of differing character.
The Sachsenring is equipped with a generously sized pit complex comprising 34 individual boxes and is a venue for the MotoGP, among others. The auto, motor and sport Sachsenring Road Safety Centre is considered to be one of the largest and technically most advanced driver training centres in Europe. At the same time, the name “Sachsenring” is internationally renowned for exciting races watched by huge numbers of spectators in a fantastic atmosphere.